What is Domestic Adoption?
If you are adopting a baby in the United States, chances are you’re pursuing a domestic adoption. But what exactly is domestic adoption, and how does it work with American Adoptions?
Domestic adoption (or private domestic adoption) refers to the placement of U.S.-born infants for adoption by their birth parents, who legally consent to the adoption with an adoptive family of their choosing.
In the articles below, you will learn more about domestic adoption with American Adoptions, including details about our infant adoption program, the domestic adoption process and more. You will also learn more about domestic adoption in general, including the differences between domestic, international and foster care adoption.
To learn more about our domestic adoption program and process, or to get started with your own adoption journey, request free information here.